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July 03, 2011

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mrhappyhat

I think also Phil spector on one of the early tracks recorded in L.A., no? Lotsa tidbits in that Keef autobio.

smmaddog

Let's not forget that no Stone other than Keith Richards played on "Happy." Uncle Keith relates this memorable tale in his recently published memoir, "Life," along with millions of other fascinating stories.

radio4worldpeace

it really bothers me that so many radio stations play this band over and over and over again. conspiracy?

Tim

He almost became his own grandfather by marriage.

Mindwrecker

"Great, now where's the list of 10 Classic Rolling Stones Records That Ian Stewart Did Play Piano On?" -- a friend of mine asked on Facebook

boil

Always the Gentleman's Bass Player, he couldn't pass up a cup of tea or vintage car show.

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